Dublin Fringe Festival: Red Bear Productions present

Theatre

Patchwork

Dates: 11 Sep - 21 Sep

Show Time: 1pm (9.15pm, 14 Sept & 3.45pm, 21 Sept)

Tickets: €12

By Louis Deslis

Preview: 11 Sept, 1pm, €12

An odyssey of a young Frenchman in Dublin. After hearing about the Bataclan attacks back in Paris, author and performer Louis Deslis heads into the night to find comfort.

From Paris to Sandymount, via Burgundy, Workmans and the Tallaght Luas stop, with lots of joie de vivre (that’s French for craic), this is a poetic punk portrait of coming to terms with where you’re from and where you find yourself.

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Please note: contains the use of  strobe lighting
Duration: 50 mins
Image Credit: James O’Connor

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